[R-meta] Posting to this list
Dr. Gerta Rücker
ruecker @end|ng |rom |mb|@un|-|re|burg@de
Tue Mar 29 23:21:27 CEST 2022
I read your recent post on these more general rules for the list and I
agree with most of them. However, I have a problem with this bashing of
people who do not have an official address. I worked for full 12 years
as a German Hausfrau from home. I was nowhere affiliated, but
nevertheless published as a researcher, together with my husband and his
colleagues. At that time I even didn't have an e-mail address. Now I am
retired, and when my contract as a guest scientist will end, I will lose
my e-mail address and my affiliation and, if these are the rules, will
not be allowed to post on this list. Please be aware that there are
people who retire, or get unemployed, but still do research.
In short, why does it matter where we are affiliated?
Am 29.03.2022 um 22:54 schrieb Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP):
> Is there any way this can be verified? Easiest would be to use your UCL account to post.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Stefanou Revesz [mailto:stefanourevesz using gmail.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, 29 March, 2022 22:27
>> To: Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
>> Cc: R meta
>> Subject: Re: [R-meta] Exponentiating the fixed part of rma.mv output
>> Hello Wolfgang,
>> I'm a second second year master's student in psychology at the
>> University College of London. I don't currently own a social media
>> platform or personal website (I certainly should set up one for myself
>> when I start to publish!). To be clear, are you asking that I should
>> add this information to my signature at the bottom of my gmail in my
>> future posts, correct?
>> On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 3:05 PM Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
>> <wolfgang.viechtbauer using maastrichtuniversity.nl> wrote:
>>> Dear Stefanou,
>>> When posting to the mailing list, please provide some information about any
>> institutional/organizational affiliation (such as a link to a personal website,
>> university profile page, or social media profile). Thanks!
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: R-sig-meta-analysis [mailto:r-sig-meta-analysis-bounces using r-project.org]
>>>> Behalf Of Stefanou Revesz
>>>> Sent: Tuesday, 29 March, 2022 21:43
>>>> To: R meta
>>>> Subject: [R-meta] Exponentiating the fixed part of rma.mv output
>>>> Hello Wolfgang,
>>>> I want to exponentiate the fixed part of my model below, is there a
>>>> way to preserve the appearance of the output as in
>>>> `coef(summary(res))` but just display all the columns in their
>>>> exponentiated form?
>>>> I did try `predict(res, transf = exp)` but that is not what I'm after.
>>>> Thank you,
>>>> ## Here is my model:
>>>> d <- read.csv("https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fpqq/w/main/f.csv")
>>>> res <- rma.mv(gi ~ teaching_level+pd_format +pd_content +
>>>> training_hr +time +outcome +area +
>>>> time_wk_whn +time_wk_btw +study_type,
>>>> V = v_gi,
>>>> random = ~1|study/obs,
>>>> data = d)
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Dr. rer. nat. Gerta Rücker, Dipl.-Math.
Institute of Medical Biometry and Statistics,
Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center - University of Freiburg
Zinkmattenstr. 6a, D-79108 Freiburg, Germany
Mail: ruecker using imbi.uni-freiburg.de
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